What Is Cillian Murphy Sh0cking Oppenheimer Diet? Emily Blunt Jaw-Dropping Revelation!

In preparation for his role as scientist J. Robert Oppenheimer, the man who invented the atomic bomb, Cillian Murphy underwent a drastic physical alteration that included weight loss in the upcoming Christopher Nolan film Oppenheimer.

His co-star Emily Blunt, who plays his on-screen wife Kitty Oppenheimer, he had to adhere to a rigid diet to lose weight. “He had such a monumental undertaking. And he could only eat an almond every day,”  she continued.

“He was so emaciated.” In a recent interview, Murphy spoke about his drastic weight loss for the part and emphasized, “I don’t advise it.”

He even avoided stating how much weight he shed, saying, “I don’t want it to be, ‘Cillian lost x weight for the part.'”  Stay with us for the latest information about Cillian Murphy’s Weight Loss.

Cillian Murphy Weight Loss

However, as co-star, Matt Damon, who plays Lt. Gen. Leslie Groves, director of the Manhattan Project, explained to Extra, “The sheer volume of work that he had, and the level of detail that Christopher [Nolan] demands,” made it difficult for Groves.

Cillian Murphy Weight Loss

“There was always something for him to be thinking about. There was something coming down the pike that he needed to—” Blunt wrapped it up with, “Be ahead of.”

Murphy did acknowledge that he was  “I was running on crazy energy; I went over a threshold to where I was not worrying about food or anything. I was so in it, a state of hyper something. But it was good because the character was like that. He never ate.”

The weight loss goal was physically resembling the real Oppenheimer as closely as possible, who, Murphy asked, existed solely on “cigarettes and pipes; he would alternate between the two.”

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In an interview, he stated, “I love acting with my body, and Oppenheimer had a very distinct physicality and silhouette, which I wanted to get right.”

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“I had to lose quite a bit of weight, and we worked with the costume and tailoring; he was very slim, almost emaciated,” he added. “He had these really bright eyes and I wanted to give him this wide-eyed look, so we worked on his silhouette and expressions a lot before starting.” 

Murphy frequently had to miss cast dinners because of his commitment to playing the central character in Oppenheimer, which is based on the Pulitzer Prize–winning memoir American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer, Blunt, who spoke to recently.

“The sheer volume of what he had to take on and shoulder is so monumental,” Blunt remarked. “Of course he didn’t want to come and have dinner with us.”

Damon said, “He couldn’t. His brain was just too full.”  “You know that when you have those big roles, that responsibility,” Murphy added, “You feel it’s kind of overwhelming.” This Friday sees the release of Oppenheimer.

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